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Topic: A rational X irrational game
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Re: A rational X irrational game
Posted: Mar 20, 2004 7:26 AM
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Alexander Malkis <alexloeschediesmalk@line.cs.uni-sb.de> wrote in message news:<c3ggid$meho$1@hades.rz.uni-saarland.de>...
> Your game doesn't terminate in a finite time. And at each time point the
> intersection contains intinitely many rational and irrational points. So
> the game is not well formulated.
> Best regards,
> Alex.
> PS. To email me, remove "loeschedies" from the email address given.

No, actually, the game doesn't terminate in a finite time. But I think
it's well defined, because there's one, and only one, real number
common to all of the intervals. There's no ambiguity.

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